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It was 05:00. As she lay sleeping in her ground level apartment, all alone, the serial rapist parked his car some distance away, leaving his keys and billfold in the car. He silently made his way to her front door. The quiet of the night was perfect. Everyone was asleep. The globe covering the light at the front door was no problem for this predator, who came prepared. With gloves on, he slowly turned the globe counter-clockwise so as to cause little noise; then he did the same with the bulb. The light flickered, then extinguished. It was perfect darknerss. Then, with screwdriver in hand poised toward the door lock, no doubt he experienced the same fantasies he had many times before. But this sexual deviate, who before had erictile dysfunction during his encounters, did not count on the woman's companion - her Himalayan cat, "Precious", who alerted her! As fear drove the moment, she did what most women alone at night would do!
TWO FACES OF A SERIAL RAPIST, is a true-crime story of a most-unlikely serial rapist. Terry Greenway, by day a pillar of the church and community, two jobs, married with three teenage sons, was accused of being the nighttime masked predator and rapist, who, for years, broke into apartments within a few miles of the "Big Chicken," a local Marietta landmark restaurant.
The book chronicles a three-year crime spree of break-ins, assaults, rapes and violence against women culminating in shattered dreams, violence, extreme fear, and a lengthy trial involving explicit testimonials. The author reveals, 20 years later, through interviews of the victims, how their lives were shattered by their victimization and how they have dealt with it. Further, an interview of the convicted sexual predator from his prison cell reveals his explanations of the past and contemplations for the future.
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The Atlanta Child Murders is a true-crime thriller chronicling a city frozen in fear for two years and 28 murders of children and young people while under the vigilant eyes of a Task Force of Federal and State agents, ending with the sensational trial of Wayne B. Williams in 1982. As darkness descends upon the city, so does the Night Stalker who prowls the streets looking for his prey: children and young people of the street. Under the vigilant eyes of a Special Task Force, at times numbering over 100 agents, the largest manhunt in the State's history was un-leased with unorthodox techniques and methods in an effort to catch the phantom serial killer. Children were afraid to go outside their homes for fear of being grabbed. One child said: "He won't get me," but he too became a victim. The murders continued for two years with the city in lockdown, but the Night Stalker continued his "cat and mouse" game with federal, state and local police until a rookie cop heard a "splash" at the Chattahoochee River at 03:00--a splash that was heard around the world.
Why was the victims murdered? Was the dog hair and fibers valid evidence in the trial of Wayne B.Williams? How was the unusual tri-lobal shaped fiber (found on victims) traced to a manufacturer, then to a carpet-maker, then to the suspect's bedroom carpet? Was Wayne Williams the real serial killer? Was the KKK involved in the killings? Why was 'mothers' of some victims supporting the accused murderer? The book reveals the facts. You be the judge. With police sharpshooters on the roof of the courthouse, a 'carnival-like' atmosphere existed in the streets with hordes of people converging upon Atlanta from around the country, the sale of the Communist Newspaper, "Revolutionary Worker" and the sale of green T-shirts emblazoned with "This T-Shirt Made of Fibers from the Wayne Williams Trial...". Would the trial of the Century inside the courtroom being reported by media from around the World, bring justice to the victims? The trial involved CSI, River Hydrology, Forensics (fibers and dog hair), Pathology, Science, unusual and colorful characters, and much more.
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